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Ganado junior outlast Chinle runner for 1600 title

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A strong work ethic

Aztec athlete aims to qualify for state in multiple events

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LA duo win high-point male athlete award

With his favorite event out of the picture, Cesar Montano put his energy and moxie to use in other disciplines.

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Chinle’s Hardy eyeing multiple state titles

With two state cross-country titles under his belt, Chinle senior Santiago Hardy has established himself as one area’s most gifted runners.

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Shiwi Ye’la:ha Invitational

Miyamura boys, Zuni girls take team titles

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Tuba City leads 3A North, sweeps Ganado

Utilizing its offensive prowess and solid pitching, the Tuba City Warriors swept a doubleheader from the Ganado Hornets in 3A North Region baseball action under cold weather conditions at Burnside Junction.

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Wings of America Junior Women’s, Men’s teams claim National Championship

Racing against United States’ top harriers, Wings of America’s 14 to 19-years age division Junior Women and Junior Men’s cross-country teams competed impressively to earn the USATF National Championships in Bend, Oregon.

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Wings of America to compete at USATF National Championships

After eight weeks of intense training, it’s race time for Wings of America Junior Women’s and Junior Men’s teams, when both of Indian Country’s top harriers compete against the best 14 to 19-year-old runners at the USATF Cross-Country National Championships this Saturday in Bend, Oregon.

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Focused and determined Central Arizona College garners NJCAA National Championship

Central Arizona College’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams continue to be top programs in the United States.

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Jordan Lesansee to compete in Nike Cross National Championships

When Jordan Lesansee laced up his shoes in preparation for the Nike Cross Nationals Southwest Regionals, he knew the competition would be tough and he would have his hands full.